Mayor to debut video, discuss selling Brooklyn as site
Mayor and comptroller argue over the wording of an executive order
City Comptroller Scott Stringer took a jab at Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday, giving his administration low grades for using minority and women-owned business enterprises.
Michael Paul Carey and Jessica Wright had worked in the Obama White House before coming to City Hall
Mayor Bill de Blasio expanded the city's existing living wage law on Tuesday through an executive order which allowed him to circumvent the City Council
GOP leader Dean Skelos: De Blasio's progressive agenda "dangerous" for state
The person would help residents with complaints about their tax bills and navigate the murky system
The staffer to Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has been undergoing dialysis for several years